Stites & Harbison's Environmental attorneys counsel the health care industry on many types of matters. For example, we have conducted due diligence in the acquisition or sale of medical facilities and hospitals, permitting and licensing of facilities and equipment, medical and hazardous waste disposal and incineration, and many other issues unique to the health care industry. Numerous clients facing the implications of mold found at health care facilities have relied on our attorneys to handle matters ranging from tort claims to the development of appropriate abatement plans.
We have significant experience with local, state and federal regulatory agencies and administrative and judicial tribunals. Our attorneys have addressed issues in every substantive area of environmental law impacting our health care industry clients, always seeking creative solutions before issues escalate into problems.
Stites & Harbison attorneys have daily contact with key regulatory officials, trade association executives, legislators and their staff at the state and federal levels. We work closely with our clients' management and technical staffs to assure a strategy that is both legally sound and consistent with the clients' goals and strategic business plans.
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—The American Bar Association (ABA) Health Law Section has ranked Stites & Harbison, PLLC in 7th place in its Seventh Annual Regional Law Firm Recognition List for the South region for 2019. This year marks Stites & Harbison’s sixth consecutive time being named to the Top 10 list.
The regulation of hazardous waste in our nation is one of the most important and complicated programs.
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Environmental attorney Jennifer Cave will speak at The Kentucky Chamber's environmental conference in Lexington, Kentucky, August 14-15, 2019.
Fuel adjustment clauses (FAC) have been a feature of electric bills in Kentucky since the 1950s. An FAC adjusts on a monthly basis the kWh rate paid by customers for electricity to reflect changes in the cost of fuel, and in many instances, purchased energy.
The latest iteration to replace the 2008 Rapanos Guidance and 2015 WOTUS Rule with a satisfactory definition of Waters of the United States was formally presented to the country on February 14, 2019 when the agencies published the Trump Administration’s Proposed Rule: “Revised Definition of Water of the United States” (“Proposed Rule”).
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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Jennifer Cave will speak at the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce's 17th Annual Environmental Conference held in Lexington, Kentucky.
Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Road, Cincinnati, OH 45246
The 28th Annual Sustainability and EHS Symposium is the one conference you’ll want to attend. Attendance will give you the competitive edge in meeting today’s complex regulatory challenges and help you manage differently in the changing business world.